Lewis is a founder and co-founder of several computer software businesses specialising in Kubernetes, Cloud Native Computing, Continuous Integration etc. He more recently launched 'Cloud Native Wales', co-founded with Salman Iqbal.
Before that he worked in the FinTech sector with a number of start-ups (one was initially based out of his Parents garage). Since then, his work has taken him around Europe and the US, he has a passion for learning new things in the fast-paced tech world and connecting with people involved with it.
Lewis co-founded Cloud Native Wales, as an initiative to help people learn Cloud Native technologies and establish a community to support each other. When he's not playing with tech, he's busy trying to understand the logic of a toddler, what his dog is thinking and spending time with his family (preferably on a ski slope).
I'm speaking at...
µCon London 2019 - The Conference on Microservices, DDD & Software Architecture
Three days in London
muCon - The Conference on Microservices, DDD & Software Architecture is the evolution of muCon London and DDD eXchange.distributed-systems systemsarchitecture communication observability event-sourcing cqrs devops collaborativemodeling boundedcontexts kubernetes cloud architecture serverless mucon microservices ddd event-storming
Talks I've Given
One Monolith / One Macroservice / Many Microservices
Featuring Lewis Denham-Parry
From working with a number of companies, the only constant is seeing that each company has their own way of migrating from a monolith to a microservice architecture, and it never working out as planned.
In this talk Lewis will share with you the idea of embracing your monolith and making it a...monolith architecture mucon microservices
Tutorial: Use Kubernetes to Deploy .NET Applications
Featuring Salman Iqbal and Lewis Denham-Parry
With the explosive momentum of Docker, Kubernetes has become the de-facto standard for orchestrating and managing containerised apps in production..net azure .net-services containerised-apps kubernetes docker